Following a tonic-clonic crisis or great evil, a type of crisis that affects the entire brain, a woman who gives her name Audra who believes travel to hell where she would be damned for eternity.
Audra said, "I suddenly fall into a hole that is just a little wider than my body. As I fall, I growl over the ruined interior walls to find something.
"It smelled like tar and I could feel how rough it was against my fingers. I could not see anything below me or above me. There was this dusty and rocky stuff that was flying everywhere, especially on my face.
"I could not breathe and started shouting," Help me, I can not breathe! "But the more I screamed, the faster I fell. "People tried to convince Audra that this experience was a trick. But Audra is convinced and now lives in fear of going back to hell when her time is up.
While writing for NDERF, a site that brings together near-death experiences, Audra continued: "I had no doubt that this experiment had taken place. I knew it was not "wishful thinking" because of the negativity of the experience and also because I did not believe it.
"I continue to live in a state of fear based on bondage and do everything I can to earn my place here and gain my place in the afterlife.
"Even when I do good, I scrutinize my sincerity and intention (" Is it really for them - or was it for me? ") I am happy to say that I am definitely a better person having had this experience. "
Some researchers claim that these are normal phenomena and not necessarily a sign of paradise, hell or a life after death.
Dr. Sam Parnia, director of intensive care and resuscitation research at the New York University School of Medicine in New York, told a recent Oz conference: "People describe a bright light sensation and welcoming.
"They describe a feeling of experiencing their deceased relatives, almost as if they had come to greet them. They often say that they do not want to come back in many cases, it’s so comfortable and it’s like a magnet that attracts them that they do not want to come back.
"Many people describe the feeling of separating from themselves and seeing doctors and nurses working on it."
Nsanzimana Ernest ni Umwanditsi mukuru w’Ikinyamakuru Umuryango. Yatangiye gukorera iki kinyamakuru muri Nzeli 2016, afite Impamyabumenyi y’Icyiciro cya Kabiri cya Kaminuza (A0) mu Itangazamakuru n’Itumanaho yakuye muri Kaminuza y’u Rwanda Ishuri ry’ itangazamakuru n’ itumanaho
This article was written about me after I posted something about my experience on an American near death experience research foundation website. I am shocked and surprised that this was lifted from that website and put on here and then republished by other news websites all around the world. I have been reading thousands of comments attached to these articles about my very private experience all morning and find it more frightening that all this has been talked about without my knowledge of this and other publications complete with photo of woman surrounded by flames. How intrusive on one private experience that took me decades to speak about. I am glad that my experience provoked interest but disappointed that no one contacted me to ask me if I would mind this being a story I would want attatched to my name to go global. There is much more to my life story than this.